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Electronic chips keep getting smaller by the day. The chief reason behind this is the reduction in size of the transistors that form an integral part of chips. The pursuit of Moore’s law has pushed the limits of physics; scientists keep on finding newer and better ways to implement smaller yet more efficient technology. Intel has always been at the vanguard when it comes to advances in nanotechnology. It has made a transition from the current 65nm technology to 45nm size thus enabling more computational ability and greater power efficiency due to the smaller size. Unlike its old transistors, the new ones comprise of metal gate and high k-gate oxide that are electrically more efficient materials and cause less power leakage. And if 45nm wasn’t small enough Intel has already started work towards the development of 32nm technology.
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Keywords: Nanotechnology, electronics, chips, transistors, Moore’s law, physics, Intel, Silicon dioxide.
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